Suffolk honours list
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
Delia Smith, OBE, cookery writer and broadcaster - services to the food industry.
Professor Sheila Anne Rodwell, Bury St Edmunds. Director, Medical Research Council Centre for Nutrition, University of Cambridge - services to healthcare.
Steven Sharratt, Fressingfield, Group chief executive, Bio Group Ltd - services to business.
- 1 A12 reopens after air ambulance called to three-lorry crash
- 2 Suffolk campsite named among the best in the UK by the Guardian
- 3 'Like a Halloween scene' - huge caterpillar webs engulf hedges
- 4 Weather warning for Suffolk as thunderstorms expected to affect travel
- 5 Forbidden Suffolk: 6 places you can't visit in the county
- 6 Men convicted of kidnap and rape of Ipswich girl
- 7 Town take up option on Tyreece Simpson... plus two other youngsters update
- 8 New hair salon opens up with its very own puppy on the premises
- 9 Baby Elsie in ship-shape despite dramatic birth in car at Sutton Hoo
- 10 Teenager arrested after six people injured on university campus
Malcolm Berridge, Lowestoft - services to the community in Lowestoft.
Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy, Wickham Market, artist - services to art.
Craig Dearden-Phillips, Bury St Edmunds, founder and chief executive, Speaking Up charity - services to social enterprise.
Thomas Gondris, Ipswich - for voluntary service to conservation and heritage in Suffolk.
Mrs Maxine Kasicki, Bury St Edmunds - for voluntary service to victim support, West Suffolk.
Donald Henry Kitt, Ipswich, - for voluntary service to Ipswich Holiday Help for Children.
David Douglas Moar, Norfolk - for voluntary service to cancer charities in Norfolk and North Suffolk.
Mrs Sandra Margaret Pell, Ipswich, chairman, Suffolk Waste Management Group - for services to local government.
Mrs Maureen Dorothy Ann Reynel, Ipswich - for voluntary service through Families in Need, Ipswich, Suffolk.
Mrs Doreen Savage, Felixstowe, Felixstowe Town Council member - for services to local government.
Lt Col Ronald Ernest Warren, Saxmundham - for services to the community in Saxmundham.
QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL
Stewart John Gull, Detective chief Superintendent, Suffolk Constabulary.